10 Crazy Games for Fundraising Events

We have scoured the seven kingdoms to bring you our 10 favourite crazy event games you can incorporate into your next fundraising event! And the countdown is….. *drumroll*

Event Game 10: Separation Anxiety

You have one minute, with one hand behind your back, to sort as many colours as possible!

Event Game 9: Oreo Game

There is absolutely no way to look elegant when playing the Oreo game! You have to get the Oreo from your forehead into your mouth with no hands! First to finish is the winner!

Event Game 8: Human Caterpillar

You’ll need large lengths of sturdy plastic or fabric for this one! The ends will need to be sewn together and then you need to work in teams to be the first to the finish line!

Event Game 7: Flip Tac Toe

This one is simple to organise but I can imagine it would be pretty funny! There are a few different ways this can be played too – watch the video to find out!

Event Game 6: Balloon Race

This one speaks for itself – you need to get to the other end first without dropping any of the balloons and without using your hands!

Event Game 5: Anything with a Tarp and Detergent

It can be absolutely any challenge, but if you have an outdoor event and a slippy slide laced with detergent, you’re sure to get a laugh no matter what!

Event Game 4: Straw Pick Up Game

This could also be done as a relay if everyone had their own straw. First person or team to collect all of their coloured squares wins!

Event Game 3: Stocking on Head/ Water Bottle Game

I love this one! It is a very portable game so can be easily set up anywhere. Wear a stocking on your head with a tennis ball on the end, and race to knock the water bottle over first!

Event Game 2: Pillow Fight Tournament

This is a serious sport in Japan! Blankets are shields and the pillow are your weapons. Learn the rules or just make it up as you go along!!

Event Game 1: Human Hungry Hungry Hippo

Skateboards, laundry baskets, lots of balls (plus I would suggest helmets!!!) and you have a hilarious game for your next fundraising event!

Originall published April 5, 2018

Mandy Weidmann is Australia’s ‘Fundraising Whisperer’ – publisher of the Fundraising Directory and author of the Practical Fundraising Handbook for School and Club Volunteers. Mandy believes that parent volunteers shouldn’t have to reinvent the wheel all the time and is passionate about providing resources to make fundraising easier (and more fun).

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